TEACH Magazine: One Size Does Not Fit All: Financial Literacy for Students with Physical Disabilities
NC State College of Education doctoral student Lisa Lamb discusses financial literacy for students with disabilities in this piece that was originally conceptualized as her final paper in the ECI 709: Critical Theory and Public Engagement class.
Doctoral Dissertation: Frederique Yova
Frederique Yova Teacher Education and Learning, “How does Investigating Head Start Participants’ Experiences Contribute to an Enhanced Understanding of the Phenomenon of Exploring Early Mathematics Through Book Reading?” Advisors: Dr. Temple Walkowiak and Dr. Jonee Wilson. Wednesday, May 12, 2021 […]
Doctoral Dissertation: Ashley Atkinson
Ashley Atkinson “I didn’t sign up for this”: Four English Language Arts Teachers’ Perceptions, Implementations, and Reflections of Trauma Care in the Midst of Collective Trauma.” Major Professor: Angela Wiseman Tuesday, May 11, 2021 1:00pm – 3:00pm Zoom Link: https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/9402527027
4 Projects from College of Education Faculty Featured in 2021 STEM For All Video Showcase
Video projects from Professor Paola Sztajn, Ph.D., Associate Professor Sarah Carrier, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Erin Krupa, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Jonee Wilson, Ph.D., and Associate Professor Temple Walkowiak, Ph.D., will be featured in the 2021 STEM for All Video Showcase from May 11-18.
NC State College of Education to Celebrate Graduation of 372 Students on May 14
The NC State College of Education will celebrate the academic achievements of 372 students across our undergraduate and graduate programs with a Virtual Graduation Ceremony on Friday, May 14 at 4:30 p.m.
Middle Grades English Language Arts and Social Studies Education Student and Wolfpack Swimmer Ky-Lee Perry ’21: ‘I Love Working With Children. I Want to Learn From Them Just as They Want to Learn From Me’
When the coronavirus pandemic hit in March 2020, spring and summer sports seasons, including the 2020 Olympic Games, were canceled or postponed. This forced Wolfpack swimmer and College of Education senior Ky-Lee Perry ’21 to make a decision -- retire from swimming or become a professional athlete.
College of Education Faculty, Graduate Students Honored With Ebony Harlem Awards of Excellence
Several College of Education faculty and students were recognized during the Ebony Harlem Awards ceremony on April 25. Professor Joy Gaston Gayles, Ph.D., and Professor Marc Grimmett, Ph.D., each received awards while Assistant Professor Lisa Bass, Ph.D., and Associate Professor DeLeon Gray, Ph.D., received nominations. Graduate students Chelsea Smith ’22PHD and angela gay-audre also received awards.
Global Connections with Educators in China: Looking Back, Looking Forward
It’s been nine years since Hiller A. Spires, Ph.D., Friday Institute for Educational Innovation executive director and NC State College of Education associate dean, was approached to help develop a concept for an innovative high school in Suzhou, China, that would embrace the best of Eastern and Western education practices.
Scholarship Support Made it Possible for Cheyenne Quarless ’21 to Attend the NC State College of Education and Earn Her Bachelor’s Degree in Middle Grades Education
As the recipient of the Paul and Geneva Jenkins Scholarship and the Dr. Estelle E. White Scholarship, Cheyenne Quarless ’21 was able to attend the NC State College of Education. She will graduate this May with a degree in middle grades English Language Arts and social studies education.
Integrating Diversity and Social Justice into Your Practice
The TELS Diversity and Social Justice Committee presents Integrating Diversity and Social Justice in Your Practice — a distinguished panel of teachers, administrators, and researchers as they share best practices and practical strategies for making your teaching more equitable, anti-racist, […]